D&D 5e Party Tracking Sheet

A D&D 5e Party Tracking Sheet is a valuable tool for Dungeon Masters. It simplifies managing player stats, inventory, and quest progress. With this sheet, DMs can focus on storytelling while effortlessly keeping tabs on their adventurers' journey. It's an essential aid for a smooth and immersive Dungeons & Dragons experience.

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Time Tracking Worksheet

In Cresthaven RPG, we have a special way to keep track of time in the game. It's called the Time Tracking Worksheet. It helps us know how much time has passed in the game. Each box on the worksheet represents one turn, and it has all the rounds and notes in it. Each row on…

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Designing Interesting Encounters

I recently came across a post on Reddit and it really got me thinking about how to make combat and encounters more interesting. To me, there is nothing more boring than combat: Roll dice, subtract, roll more dice. Over and over. Here's some ideas that I will be using from now on to make it…

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Learning Dungeon

So I had the pleasure of teaching D&D to my kids class again. I wanted to teach traps, encounters, puzzles and overall how to explore the dungeon. Map by Daniel F. Walthall @Axebane Please check it out and let me know what you think! Read It Here!

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D100 Table Of Crypts, Tombs, And Mausoleums

Add some randomness to your next adventure with the D100 Table Of Crypts, Tombs, And Mausoleums. So the next time you need to send your players of to find something in a mysterious crypt, but can't think of an intriguing name for it, try one of these.  The Skull Crypt of the Incinerating Monkey anyone? Thanks to John…

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Calling all Monsters!

Here at the SimpleDND project I try to keep the options limited and keep the game as streamlined as possible, even if that means rewriting rules. Right now we are updating the bestiary. The current list is: Ankheg, Ant, Giant, Bat Swarm, Bat, Giant, Beetle, Fire, Bugbear, Carrion Crawler, Centipede, Giant, Ghoul, Giant, Hill, Gnoll, Goblin,…

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Critical Miss Chart

Sometimes you want to add a little flavor to your Cresthaven RPG game when your characters roll a critical fail (1 on d20) in combat. Use this handy-dandy chart to quickly add it! Note the Critical Miss Chart is optional. Simple d4 Chart 1d4      Effect 1          Hit self (roll…

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